“How to (…) things that don’t exist”
As of September 6, the latest Bienal de São Paulo, one of the doyennes of the world biennial circuit, will be open to the general public. And emphasis should be laid on the expression “general public” because, even though since 2004 admission has been free of charge and the educational program of the Bienal has broadened its scope year after year, on this occasion several gestures indicate an opening to a new conception of the collective...
The Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin has been gifted approximately 120 modern and contemporary Latin American artworks from UT alumni Judy and Charles Tate of Houston.
The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Palma, Majorca, Es Baluard, is beginning a promising stage under the direction of Nekane Aramburu.
Galería Paralelo, Sao Paulo
For some time, we had been hoping to see in Sao Paulo one of its great artists, who has been living in Berlin for over 20 years.
Beyond the vernacular-artistic manifestations that strive to understand what is produced in and from the Caribbean as an eclectic amalgamation of ancestral and cultural links, the work of artist Zilia Sánchez (1926) has developed amidst notions of rupture, which have a long tradition in the modern and contemporary art production of Latin America.
Enrique Martínez Celaya’s summer 2013 exhibition at SITE Santa Fe follows a 2011-12 installation of Schneebett (2004) at the Miami Art Museum, and provides an opportunity to survey his career.
For many of the people who are part of the field of art, the first artistic project that Nicolás Paris publicly inscribed in the world was the book Doblefaz, published in 2008.